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Government’s Innovation Strategy welcomed by NCUB

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New plans to boost private sector investment to put the UK at the front of the global innovation race have been welcomed by various education bodies, including the National Centre…

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Government announces £483m boost to improve school buildings

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Almost half a billion pounds being invested in school buildings this year by the government, with £483 million from the Condition Improvement Fund going to 1,199 schools. The North East and…

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Vodafone invests €20 million to advance digital skills

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Vodafone has pledged €20 million via the Vodafone Foundation to expand digital skills and education programmes in Albania, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Spain,…

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Collegiate secures investment for Italy expansion

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Collegiate has secured strategic investment from Proprium Capital Partners (Proprium) as part of a joint-venture to develop a pipeline of student accommodation schemes in Italy.  The venture follows Collegiate’s announced…

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EdTech Expert Group launched with £4.6 million investment

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One of Britain’s most successful Paralympians led a discussion on the use of technology in the classroom, and its potential to boost accessibility and inclusion, at the first meeting of…

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More government funding ‘essential’ for students at Sixth Form Colleges…

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A report published by the Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA) has revealed that funding pressures risk turning sixth form education into a ‘narrow and part time experience’, exposing that two…

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